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juhuasik 1 year ago • updated 1 year ago 6

am i missing something?

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Logan 1 year ago • updated by Kathy Downey 1 year ago 1

It's not very clear or easy to format text, and I believe that in writing, italicized and bolded letters/words can really help add emotion to the story, by showing that the writer wants attention drawn to it.

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kittyleejones1 1 year ago • updated by Kathy Downey 1 year ago 15

i submitted at draft to add to a story, looks like writer went with the concept as i accumulated 50 points and have read the way he utilized the idea. I am inquiring about the ability to re-read what i submitted to add to the story line. Does that go away after it is accepted or can i see what i added still. Super excited and want to re-read what made the writer change story to that directions. I am excited that i still have skills and would like to review my own input here and there, it is fuel to my fire and writers desire, lol. Please advise!

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Leo Cameron 1 year ago • updated 1 year ago 2
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Kenzawenza 1 year ago • updated by Kathy Downey 1 year ago 1

I created a story a month or maybe more ago (I don't really know) and just sort of made a random (and stupid) title. So now I want to change it.

So here are all of my questions:

- Can I even edit my story title?

- If so, how?

- If I can't, will this become an option for me and my fellow story warriors?

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Kathy Downey 1 year ago 0

I'm sure most of us have submitted a lot of drafts here on SW. While browsing or searching through our own STATS ,can there be an easier way to view specific things, such as:


1. Have all of the chapters that we've won grouped together

2. Have a GO TO button so that we could advance to a certain page

3. Have the most RECENT or CURRENT drafts listed FIRST


Thanks

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Kathy Downey 1 year ago 0

https://www.facebook.com/9gag/photos/a.109041001839.105995.21785951839/10152004931036840/?type=3


Not sure if any of you even take notice of some helpful quotes/article links I post on here to help us all become better writers, but until Joakim tells me that he would prefer that I stop, I will continue to post, so that 'maybe' some of you will get some helpful tips.

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Kathy Downey 1 year ago 0

“Whatever you want to say, there is only one noun to express it, one verb to animate it, and one adjective to qualify it.”
Guy de Maupassant
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Kathy Downey 1 year ago 0

I send several challenges a day (to different people, sometimes more than one challenge to the same person). Unless someone accepts and I receive their email, I have no way of knowing who I have sent one to, and who I haven't. Is there some way that we can keep a record or see who we have sent a challenge to, the story, the date, and the person we've sent it to? We now have an 'accept challenge' button. Maybe we can somehow have a 'decline' button??